California State University, Fresno Foundation
Nonprofit Capacity Building Program 2011
Title: Office of Community and Economic Development at CSU Fresno Summary Information: Provide technical assistance and capacity building to at least 30 nonprofits in CNCS priority areas of education, healthy futures, environmental stewardship, and economic opportunity. Lead Intermediary: Office of Community and Economic Development CSU, Fresno 5010 N. Woodrow Ave, M/S WC142 Fresno, CA 93740 Collaborative Partners: American Humanics Program CSU, Fresno 5340 N. Campus Dr Fresno, CA 93740 Competencies: nonprofit capacity building performed by trained university students California Coalition for Rural Housing 717 K St, Ste 400 Sacramento, CA 95814 Competencies: affordable housing training and capacity building Central Valley Business Incubator 1630 E. Shaw Ave, Ste 163 Fresno, CA 93710 Competencies: small business and entrepreneurship development and training HandsOn Central California 732 N. Van Ness Ave Fresno, CA 93728 Competencies: nonprofit capacity building via volunteer placement and management The Jan & Bud Richter Center for Community Engagement and Service-Learning CSU, Fresno 5241 N. Maple Ave Fresno, CA 93740 Competencies: nonprofit professional development and university service-learning student placements United Way of Fresno County 4949 E. Kings Canyon Rd Fresno, CA 93727 Competencies: Volunteer Income Tax Assistance/Earned Income Tax Credit program training Program Proposal: Delivery of a 4-phased process that identifies recipients, assesses needs, implements customized technical assistance plans and facilitates joint capacity building. Geographic Area: San Joaquin Valley: Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Merced, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, and Tulare counties. Number of Small and Midsize Nonprofits: At least 30 San Joaquin Valley nonprofits will be served. Grant Amount: The total grant amount requested is $458,364.